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The view from behind the pins is very interesting

As you can see in this photograph, the photographer is as close to the action as he’s allowed to be but instead of shooting the action as any average spectator might view it, he got behind the pins, set his camera near the ground, and shot back at the action. The resulting image creates a much more compelling shot than a straight-on shot of the exact same play. This way the viewer gets to see something they’ve all done before but from a completely different angle.

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